#KingCrimson #Yes #XTC #StevenWilson
Steven Wilson (Porcupine Tree, Blackfield, no-man) has been busy. After being on the road with his solo tour, he is set to have his hands in several upcoming releases from other artists. Known for his surround sound mixes and remixing projects, fans of progressive music will salivate over these packages.
In September, XTC re-issue the 1992 album Nonsuch in CD/DVD-A and CD/Blu-ray formats. This will have bonus tracks, plus new stereo and surround sound mixes from Steven Wilson.
In October, Yes will re-release the 1972 album Close To The Edge. This will also be available in CD/DVD-A and CD/Blu-ray formats with additional tracks, plus new stereo and 5.1 mixes from Steven Wilson.
Also in October, King Crimson will have a multi-disc box set called The Road To Red, with recordings from the band’s final American tour in 1974. Most of the content has never been released, and it features new hi-res transfers of original analogue tape mixes of complete and unedited concerts. Plus, a new stereo mix of the 1974 album Red, which has been overseen by Robert Fripp and Steven Wilson.